Part-time Online MBA
The Clarion University College of Business Administration offers its MBA classes online for part-time students. These online MBA classes are designed for students who have completed all business foundation/prerequisite courses. Students can be admitted to the part-time MBA without having completed all prerequisite foundation courses. Students will not be permitted to register for online graduate courses unless they meet the specific prerequisites for the course.
The program offers these features and benefits:
Online MBA courses can be taken from any location with adequate internet and computing facilities. One to two MBA core or elective classes will be delivered online each semester and one in the summer term. This structure allows participants to complete their degree in as little as 30 months or as long as six years.
Courses are taught by the regular graduate faculty with many years of teaching and research experience.
Clarion’s tuition is less expensive than similar online AACSB-accredited MBA programs. Compare Clarion Online tuition rates. Students enrolled in the online part-time MBA program pay only the instructional support fee and the technology fee. All other fees are waived.
Real courses with real students
Online classes are not self-taught correspondence courses. They are graduate courses with real professors and students. Class lectures are delivered live over the internet and are available on demand for later viewing.
No application deadlines
Applications for part-time online classes are accepted on a rolling basis. Applicants admitted any time prior to the start of a semester will be eligible to register for classes that semester.
Accredited by AACSB International
AACSB International accreditation represents the highest standard of achievement for business schools, worldwide. AACSB International accreditation is the hallmark of excellence in management education.
Geteducated.com ranked the part-time online MBA program as a Top 20 best buy. This ranking is based on factors such as tuition costs and the AACSB International accreditation. No other state supported or state related MBA program in the Commonwealth even broke through the top 50 programs.